Ululani Special Feature


Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea

 Hawaiʻi Commemorates Sovereignty Restoration Day



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Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka ʻĀina I Ka Pono

Hoʻokahua Examines Other Interpretations of State Motto



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Enjoy a virtual experience of our Opening Week Celebration and explore the latest information available for the Kaʻiwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center.

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Ka Lala Ola
Ola Na Iwi

‘O ‘oe e Kalaninuimehameha
e hea aku ana i ka ‘iwa kīlou moku lā e komo…

‘Ano‘ai ke aloha!

Welcome to the Ka‘iwakīloumoku Virtual Archive – a multi-media haven for online cultural learning. Here you’ll find videos, snapshots, articles, recipes, interviews, profiles of Hawaiian elders, and more.

This web site is the virtual counterpart of the long-awaited Ka‘iwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center at Kamehameha Schools Kapālama in Honolulu, Hawai‘i.

Ka‘iwakīloumoku means “the ‘iwa bird that hooks the islands together,” a traditional reference to our great and revered warrior-king, Kamehameha ‘Ekahi. It is a name that recalls Kamehameha’s efforts to unite the Hawaiian Islands some 200 years ago. It is also a reflection of Nā Kānaka Maoli – Native Hawaiians – coming together to revitalize Hawaiian language and culture to ensure a vibrant Hawaiian society in the 21st century.

All are invited to enter and have enriching experiences. During your visit, we greatly appreciate your consideration and respect for the information, images and perspectives found on this site – they are housed here because this is their home. Mahalo a nui loa.

Nou nō ka hale – e komo mai!